summer, still completely cut off from most of society. officials say it is just not safe to go over there. along toms river, evidence of the devastation. you can just walk down the road and walk along bits and pieces of people's homes, even furniture that has been washed to the side of the road because of sandy. the devastation is severe. streets are unpassable, homes are just leveled, and people are hanging on to the president's promises that the recovery will be escalated, that they will help restore this community. many people on toms riverside of the mainland, they haven't even been able to go over to the jersey shore and see what's left of their homes. and just yesterday, standing where i am, they stood for hours just hoping that maybe they could see what is left of their homes. they have been without power now for four days, and recovery for them could not come quickly enough. reporting live in toms river, new jersey, i'm danielle leigh. lynn, back to you. >> sure is. all right, danielle, thanks so much. well, so many people are asking how they can help during this crisis, and one suggestion is to reach out to the red cross.